AA(Alcoholics Anonymous) Meetings in Port Chester NY

All Souls Presbyterian Church
Port Chester Women's Candlelight Women

55 Parkway Dr
Port Chester, NY, 10573
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7:00 pm Closed, Women AA Meeting Directions
St Peter's Episcopal Church
Port Chester Grupo En Busca de la Verdad

19 Smith St
Port Chester, NY, 10573
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2:30 pm Open, Spanish AA Meeting Directions
Don Bosco Community Center
22 Don Bosco Pl
Port Chester, NY, 10573
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7:00 pm Beginner AA Meeting Directions
All Souls Presbyterian Church
Rye Brook Group

55 Parkway Dr
Port Chester, NY, 10573
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7:30 pm Beginner AA Meeting Directions
All Souls Presbyterian Church
Rye Brook Group

55 Parkway Dr
Port Chester, NY, 10573
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7:30 pm Big Book AA Meeting Directions
Don Bosco Community Center
22 Don Bosco Pl
Port Chester, NY, 10573
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7:00 pm Step Meeting AA Meeting Directions
All Souls Presbyterian Church
Rye Brook Group

55 Parkway Dr
Port Chester, NY, 10573
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7:30 pm Step Meeting AA Meeting Directions
All Souls Presbyterian Church
Rye Brook Group

55 Parkway Dr
Port Chester, NY, 10573
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7:30 pm Closed, Discussion AA Meeting Directions
Don Bosco Community Center
22 Don Bosco Pl
Port Chester, NY, 10573
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7:00 pm Big Book AA Meeting Directions
St Peter's Episcopal Church
Port Chester Grupo En Busca de la Verdad

19 Smith St
Port Chester, NY, 10573
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7:00 pm Open, Spanish AA Meeting Directions
All Souls Presbyterian Church
55 Parkway Drive
Port Chester, NY, 10573
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9:30 AM AA Meeting Directions

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AA(Alcoholics Anonymous) Meetings

AA(Alcoholics Anonymous) is an international mutual aid fellowship that supports across multiple language and cultures to overcome alcoholic addictions. AA's program extends beyond abstaining alcohol. Its goal is to effect enough change in the alcoholic's thinking "to bring about recovery from alcoholism" through "an entire psychic change," or spiritual awakening. AA meetings are held at multiple locations and throughout the week depending on the location. AA members are offered recovery based on a twelve step program including group meetings. There are no social, religious, economic, racial, ethnic, national, gender, or class-status membership restrictions. There are no dues or fees for meetings; in some cases people contribute in meetings to help cover the expenses incurred for the rent of facility space.

**We have no affiliation with AA Groups or Organizations and this information is just to make life easy for addicts in search of AA meetings within their interested locations.